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Whether the wound inflicted by the appellant was the cause of death or her refusing to the blood transfusion acted as a Novus actus interveniens and so broke the chain of causation?


If at the time of death the original wound is still the operating cause and a substantial cause, then the death can properly be said to be the result of the wound, albeit that some other cause of death is also operating.

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